Descending from love to dissonance, this unorthodox music video was inspired from a short screenplay written by Doug Cook and Thomas Robert Lee. It features two tracks, "Orient B." from Jung People's album, Tenterhooks and "To A Place You Don’t Come Back" from their upcoming album, Gold Bristle. The video depicts the tormented relationship between a father and son. It tells the story of a man living in anguish after his father’s decision to conduct genetic experiments on him as a newborn. Capturing their journey of regret, anger, forgiveness and faith, the video explores the delicate balance between nature and ethics while melody rolls in the background.